This site from Williams College is a very useful page with resources for instructors working with remote students and online teaching.
This site from Bates College offers useful links for equitable and inclusive pedagogical practices and student engagement.
This site from Columbia University offers practical tools for teaching online including Creating Online Exams
This site from Carleton College is a useful resource for planning for instructional continuity when teaching remotely. This site from Swarthmore College provides several links to online teaching resources from other schools in areas such as Labs, Dance and Studio Art. This site is a useful resource for online teaching tips from Stanford University. At this site you will find a link to 10 Strategies for Creating Inclusive and Equitable Online Learning Environments, as well as a link to Accessibility Considerations for Online Teaching.

ACUE’s excellent online teaching toolkit: An interesting article in the Chronicle of Higher Education on how to work with students under stress. This link will take you to the Bowdoin Remote Learning and Teaching page where you will find a link to their remote teaching readiness checklist. This site from Harvard University is a useful resource for teaching remotely, including Technology and Tools ➜. This site from Swarthmore College provides practical guides for various online teaching tools. This site from Oberlin College of Conservatory offers Strategies for Remote Teaching and Learning. This site from Cornell University is a useful resource for preparing for alternative course delivery during Covid-19. Here you will find an online instruction readiness quiz. This site from Yale University includes a great tool – Moving from Campus to Online (PDF). This site from University of Massachusetts offers steps to take to make the shift to remote teaching. This site from UCSD offers strategies for remote instruction. This site from University of Washington is a good resource for online teaching. It includes suggestions for Alternatives to high-stakes exams.

Five easy steps for creating an engaging online course: